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Well-resourced – ou – ebooks, lectures and more – not able to identify individuals as made by teams Podcasts – oxford – 40% cc – highlighting stars China – Nottingham – campus at Ningbo instead of having to use youtube which is blocked uNow Representing the ethos of the institutions The best marketing is great learning material – Martin Bean
A new method of giving individual items individual licenses in the metadata is apparently on its way
August 16, 2010
Beyond Content: Open Educational Practices for English Language Education
Beyond Content: Open EducationalPractices for English Language Education Alannah Fitzgerald IATEFL 2013 http://www.flickr.com/photos/dysturb/2903575788/in/photostream/
Overview• TOETOE International with the University of Oxford and the HEA/JISC – Open Educational Resources (OER) International Programme – Evaluating and developing OER with international partners – OER metaphors for ELT resources development• Oxford-managed and -created content in FLAX (The Flexible Language Acquisition project) – Research corpora & Teaching podcasts• OpenSpires project at Oxford – Creative commons-licensed content• Building language collections in FLAX with OER – Linking to open linguistic tools and content – Creating interactivity in your collections
TOETOE International: FLAX Weaving with O (HEA Case Study) • Oxford, UK – project home University of Oxford IT Services • Vancouver, Canada – OpenEd 2012 conference • Beijing, China – GLoCALL 2012, British Council, Publishers • Seoul, Korea – Korea University • Hamilton, New Zealand – FLAX, University of Waikato • Hanoi, Vietnam – Hanoi Open University • Delhi, India – Delhi University • Southampton, UK – LLAS eLearning symposium • Sao Paulo, Brazil – Association for Distance Ed. in Brazil (ABED) • Montreal, Canada – Concordia University • Nottingham, UK – OER13 / BALEAP conferences • Liverpool, UK – IATEFL 2013 conference
TOETOE Technology for Open English Toying with Open E-r Alannah Fitzgeralds blog http://www.alannahfitzgerald.org/394/
Love is a stranger in an open car to tempt you in and drive you far away...toward OEP http://www.alannahfitzgerald.org/love-is-a-stranger-in-an-open-car-who-tempts-you-in-and-drives-you-far-away/
OER metaphors for ELT resources development• Contexts• Confucian dynamism in the Chinese ELT context• The English language skyline in South Korea• Vietnam’s Open University rising dragon• Emancipatory English in India• Braving OER battles in Brazil• Resources• Oh, what a BAWE! The British Academic Written English corpus• Re-using Oxford OpenSpires content in podcast corpora
Training Videos for FLAX on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63Ox6RCVWy0
Learning Collocations in FLAX: in response to ‘where are the good published collocations resources?’• Research shows that the successful use of collocations in student writing and speaking supports not only improved levels of accuracy but also improved levels of fluency in their use of English (Wray, 2002; Nesselhauf, 2003).• Constraints with published collocations resources – Publication issues = the number and specificity of collocations examples that can be assigned to print and CD-ROM formats.
FLAX British Academic Written English (BA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26i_Y146GOs
British Academic Written English corpus: browse by genre or discipline
Training Videos for FLAX on YouKu http://www.youku.com/playlist_show/id_18115224.html
Open Dissemination Channels for ELTRussell Stannard - Teacher Training Videos http://www.teachertrainingvideos.com
Please register with FLAX to build your own collections! http://www.flickr.com/photos/dopey/6273168640/
Open Content, Practices, Communities http://www.flickr.com/photos/edibleoffice/5391049006/
Thank youEmail: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org FLAX Language: flax.nzdl.org; Twitter: @AlannahFitz Slideshare:http://www.slideshare.net/AlannahOpenEd/ Blog: Technology for Open English – Toying with Open E-resources www.alannahfitzgerald.org
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